Indian tennis star Sania Mirza believes she’s has had a “solid year already” and hopes to build on it with her new women’s doubles partner – Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan.
Sania’s partnership with Czech Republic’s Barbara Strycova came to an end a few weeks ago due to a “difference in priorities”.
Her partnership with Strycova lasted 10 tournaments. The Indian had earlier parted ways with Swiss ace Martina Hingis.
“I have had a solid, solid start to the year. I have already played a Grand Slam final (mixed doubles at Australian Open), a title (in Brisbane), some finals (Miami, Sydney) and a bunch of semifinals. I am very critical of myself and always feel I can do better, no matter what and possibly win more titles,” Mirza told